Three things I’m working on for 2011 is my attitude, blogging more, and loosing weight. Theme Verse: 8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. 9 Whatever you have learned or received … Continue reading September Wrap-UP
A while back I had a conversation with a lady who claimed to be a Christian. One comment she repeatedly made really bugged me. She believed that the Bible is full of mistakes. However, she could never identify any of the supposed mistakes. Her major evidence for supporting this was the difference between the four … Continue reading Bible
I heard a recent college graduate excitedly discussing his new car. It wasn't just any car but a brand new fully loaded "dream car". He went on to explain how expensive it was but that was okay because he deserved the car. After all he had spent 4 years getting good grades in college and … Continue reading But I Deserve It …
Sacred Roads: Exploring the Historic Paths of Discipleship is the new study from Threads Media by Heather Zemple. Threads Media is giving a way a free copy of the DVD leader kit on there blog. Entering is easy check out the Threads blog for details.
It is true that the best way to study the Bible is in the original language. To do this ideally one needs to learn Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. Most theologians and Bible students only learn Hebrew and Greek.Hebrew is the language of the Old Testament. If one’s desire is to focus on the Old Testament … Continue reading Greek vs. Hebrew for Studying the Bible